Thursday, October 15, 2020

From Todd, Trey & Nick @ Juno Bait -Juno Beach

 INSHORE-  Snook fishing was good inshore this week.  Fun time to snook fish right now.  The mullet schools have thinned out, but the snook are still locked in on the mullet.  Means they are more likely to hit a bigger bait or lure quickly.  Great time to be throwing Flair Hawks and bigger Swimbaits.  Look for the snook to be in easy ambush points using the tide to sweep mullet right to them.  Present the lures floating with the current for best results.  The jacks have been cruising around inshore, along with a few tarpon still.  Getting a fair number of late season mangrove snapper reports coming in.   

SURF/PIER-  Slower fishing again along the beach this week, but a little change in weather coming up could help fire the fishing up.  A few scattered bluefish around this week, mostly north of Jupiter Inlet.  Small pompano remain around in fair numbers, but not many keepers to speak of.  The blacktip/spinner sharks are starting to show a little along the beach.  Look for fall/winter action to really fire up along the beach after this weekend.

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